Build Up.

Because not everyone will get you.

I hate it when someone looks at what I am doing–for example, watching k-pop–frown and then go “Why are you watching Chinese people?”

Cough cough. I shan’t murder. Cough cough.

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Because not everyone will get you.

I hate it when someone looks at what I am doing–for example, watching k-pop–frown and then go “Why are you watching Chinese people?”

Cough cough. I shan’t murder. Cough cough.

I mean, asking what I am doing is one thing. Deciding to make a face and state what you think I am doing and actually guessing incorrectly… And then people ask me why I am so quiet. It’s a matter of I don’t like being judged by the likes of you.

Because let’s be honest, you will get judged no matter what you do…

This is not a rant. (I’m laughing as I write this because I lost track of topic.)

Before I wrote this, I was thinking about how our fear of the dark as kids could have been somewhat of a metaphor. The dark being people. Don’t roll your eyes just yet. Legit, I was thinking about this for a while.

You know how you think you know someone and then one day they show you a different side of them that you never even knew existed? That is like the darkness. (LOL, what am I saying?) I was told once that there were two sides of a person. The good, the bad. The light, the dark. The person and the shadow.

Even the nicest of people will someday show you their true colours. Actually, the nicest people people are the one’s  who you need to take a step back, maybe even run, because when nice people show their true colours the world seems to stop spinning. It becomes that shocking.

So you don’t know how the darkness in people actually connect to judging others? I also don’t know.

I just thought I’d share this. Because I’d experienced people changing a lot. It does not always mean that they are bad, though. Sometimes people have had enough. Sometimes it happens that a lot of things are happening in their lives. Then you come along, be annoying (or even don’t) and they explode because of all the build up. Some people try to hold in their pain, when they are supposed to let it out instead.

That is mostly introverted people. They most likely will not share their problems with every Tom, Dick and Harry. They confide in very few people. Sometimes find it a bit too hard to confide in anyone at all. So they’ll have problems and no one to tell them to.

So when a quiet person suddenly explodes. It’s not because they have always been evil and deceitful, but because they couldn’t hold it in anymore. They don’t hate you (actually they might, sorry for pointing that out), they just need patience, and maybe a bit talking to.

Introverts are quite funny people. I’m an introvert and sometimes want to slap myself silly, because I am so strange. I could try to change. It’s gonna be worse than keeping to new year’s resolutions. I won’t change though.

Why should I? This is me. My personality makes me a great writer too (bonus!).

So don’t expect anyone else to change because you prefer them to be more like you. Stop. You’re not that great.

Okay, so maybe this was a rant.

I think I need to change the blog to Good Rant Lover.

I legit hope you got the last line…


Comment on what you think about what I stated. Do you agree or disagree with me. I’d like to hear from you. – Noku

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